The actual imposition layout denoting the position of pages in a form so that when printed on both sides and folded the pages will follow in consecutive numbering. The number of pages and sheet size determine the number of signatures required. 2. A consecutive number or letter printed at the foot of the first page of a section to enable a binder to check the correctness and completeness of a binding. The letter or number may be accompanied by a rule on the back of each section so that when they are folded and gathered these appear in a stepped pattern

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